Massive Beer Reviews # 343 Wals Belo Ipe Quadrupel brewed with Coriander and aged Cachaca chips

Throwing multiples down this week on the ye ole MBR, today we’re giving Wäls brewing out of Brazil some love!

Second up we have their Petroleum, an 11.00% brewed with Coriander and aged Cachaca chips!
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DETAILS:
Beer: Belo Ipê
Brewery: Wäls
Style: 11.00%
Age: 2014
ABV: 11.00%
IBU: ??
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RATINGS:
Rating 1/100:
Value 1/10:
Availability 1/10:
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Comments

cet0708 says:

Cachaca is a type of Brazilian liquor, tastes a little like if rum and tequila had a baby.  I’m thinking that they soaked wood chips in the stuff (or used shredded Cachaca barrels) and worked that into the brewing process.

Reviewing Under Influence says:

Sounds like a great quad! Had Wäls’ tropical Christmas saison a while back. Pretty good stuff. Came in the Craft Beer Advent Calendar.

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